python docs for beginner programmer?
gokhansever at gmail.com
Mon May 4 03:21:27 CEST 2009
I am a person who gets bored too quickly, too especially reading
technical materials, and if the author(s) have the habit of wondering
off the subject often. So far, I like Wesley Chun's Core Python book
the most as a Python beginner like you. He also has video training
material on the same subject. Easy to read, very well explanations and
good chosen examples...
That said, after getting a few months of familiarity, I want to get
into the roots of the Python. So where else could be the best choice
but the actual language user guide and reference manual :)
Enjoy your Python programming adventures...
On Sun, May 3, 2009 at 7:41 PM, Deep_Feelings <doctoresam at gmail.com> wrote:
> Starting to learn python and because i don't want to read something
> twice (i get bored quickly) i need a source to learn python that is as
> comprehensive as possible.
> Do you think python online docs are good starting point for me? ( i
> experience with other programming languages ) or should i get giant
> book or something ?
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